Saturday, June 16, 2012

Iran urges its nuclear right be recognized during Moscow talks

Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili said Tehran expects that its right to nuclear technology, including uranium enrichment, be recognized during the upcoming talks with the world powers in the Russian capital Moscow. State media today quoted Jalali as saying Iran welcomes dialogue and has always been open to cooperation and talks with different countries on a wide range of issues, including cooperation in the field of nuclear energy. He said if the world powers are also committed to a similar strategy, a similar approach, then the prospects for the Moscow talks will be promising.
Jalali said Iran will look at this round of talks with optimism if the agreements reached in Istanbul and Baghdad are honored. The talks between Iran and the P5+1 – the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany – are slated for June 18-19 in Moscow. Iran and the six powers held the last round of nuclear talks in the Iraqi capital Baghdad in May.

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